Dr. Krystyn Raymundo is a registered osteopath who is a RMIT University graduate having completed a Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). Her fascination in the body’s ability to adapt and heal itself with the correct guidance is what sparked her interest in Osteopathy.
Krystyn finds it extremely rewarding assisting patients to improve their quality of life and everyday function through individualised consultations and treatment approaches. She is a strong believer that movement is medicine, which is reflected in her tailored approach to each individual. When working with patients, Krystyn takes pride in incorporating a patient’s personal goals, such as return to sport or work, and encouraging them to take an active role in their recovery.
Having a background as an athlete herself, Krystyn enjoys treating sport-related injuries as well as a variety of conditions including general sprains and strains, and chronic conditions. She has a keen interest in using a variety of hands-on techniques, along with exercise rehabilitation. Krystyn has also completed a post-graduate certificate in myofascial needling and cupping which she integrates into her treatment plans as she sees fit.
When not working, you can find Krystyn playing AFL football for her local team. She also enjoys her quiet time, whether it be a lazy day in bed binging TV shows or looking after her small collection of indoor plants.